In the wide Piazza San Marco stands an eye catching marble sculpture which was donated to the city by the English artist, Henry Moore. The massive work is made from 30 blocks of marble, chosen by Moore from the Apuane quarries.
Moore titled it most romantically “Square shape with cut”.
Contrasting with this modern work is a painted crucifix from the 14th century, found in the 13th century church of San Domenico. This crucifix was the work of Lorenzo di Niccolò.
This church is rather huge, as shown by a view from the side.
The bas reliefs that adorned this side of the church have become softly eroded by time and the elements.
And, I might finish with a stemma, also found in Prato.